Campaign for a sustainable Brent Cross Cricklewood development

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Created May 8, 2009 by Campaign for a sustainable


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There are currently 487 signatures for this petition:

  1. deborah farache london UNITED KINGDOM

    with fossil fuels estimated to run out in fourty years and the amount of co2 emissions this plan will create its obviously not worth it. most residents of the area will agree. going ahead with the plan will harm more people (not only residents, but people all over the globe due to global warming) if it goes ahead than if it does not. \\r\\n

  2. Rosalind March UNITED KINGDOM

    The Cricklewood Redevelopment plan is abominable. Please rethink!!!

  3. Sally Bowman West Hampstead UNITED KINGDOM

    This will not add any value to our quality of life

  4. naomi benari london UNITED KINGDOM
  5. Carol Klemera UNITED KINGDOM
  6. Rachel Cooke Hampstead UNITED KINGDOM

    On the basis of \'green\' planning, this development needs serious re-consideration.

  7. S Blaskey Cricklewood UNITED KINGDOM
  8. Andy Hobsbawm Highgate, London UNITED STATES

    I demand a public inquiry into this ill-considered scheme.

  9. John Winterburgh London UNITED KINGDOM

    this brent cross development would be a disaster for existing residents and is based on sheer, blatant greed.It should not be allowed. Is this democracy ?

  10. John Snelling Cricklewood UNITED KINGDOM

    This proposal seems to be designed purely to enrich developers at the expense of local people\\\\\\\'s interests.

  11. Eva Koudela London UNITED KINGDOM

    The area is already overpopulated. I don\'t agree with this proposal for development.


    We already have a massive shopping centre at Westfield which has created chaos on the roads. It is the residents of Brent who will be most affected, however, our concerns have not been taken into consideration.

  14. Jessica Downes London UNITED KINGDOM

    While the area of Brent Cross is rather desolate at present,the scheme needs much more thought if it is really to serve the needs of the local community. As it stands, it seems to serve pure commercialism, which if successful, will inevitably lead to a huge increase in volumes of traffic locally, and in surrounding areas, to the detriment of North London.

  15. Diana Zissi London

    Dumps and incinerators should be built off the M25, NOT in a busy London Borough, and especially not near a primary school. This will raise the number of respiratory diseases.

  16. John Murphy Dollis Hill UNITED KINGDOM
  17. Linda Murphy Dollis Hill UNITED KINGDOM
  18. Danny Sullivan Dollis Hill UNITED KINGDOM
  19. Eileen Sullivan Dollis Hill UNITED KINGDOM
  20. Elizabeth O\\\\\\\'Dell London Borough of Brent UNITED KINGDOM

    I fully support the call for a public inquiry into this scheme. The scale of the development is completely against the concern for sustainable development now being so hotly debated in Copenhagen.

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